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    This issue of the Journal is devoted to physical integration in Latin America. The Editorial Committee set about designing the contents with a call for papers, which suggested topics and questions that focused on the subject while covering a broad spectrum. Regional physical integration is supported by a wide range of instruments, such as infrastructure works to reduce transportation costs and enhance connectivity, and financial structuring of technically, highly complex large scale capital investments. But no less relevant are government cooperation mechanisms that provide the necessary coordination for trade facilitation policies and measures, or the local impacts associated with enterprises, especially those located in border areas. Accordingly the first section of the Journal brings together the selection of works made by the Editorial Committee.

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    Article provided by Inter-American Development Bank, INTAL in its journal Integración y Comercio / Integration and Trade.

    Volume (Year): 34 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 16 ()
    Pages: 1-128

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    Handle: RePEc:idb:intala:jou:iyc:v:34:y:2012:i:16:p:1-128
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